Featured News | January 3, 2014
From Jackson Hole Public Art:
February 3, 2014: APPLICATIONS DUE.
TO APPLY GO TO: www.callforentry.org.
TO LEARN MORE VISIT: http://www.jhpublicart.org/opportunities-2/
Applications may be limited to the first 200 received.
SOUTH CACHE STREET: CUSTOM PAVERS & STREET PAINTING
TOTAL BUDGET $18,000
(Custom Pavers: $15,000, Street Painting: $3,000)
The Town of Jackson announces a request for artists to customize the paver sections of a sidewalk design for the South Cache Street project. The selected artist will fabricate custom pavers designed to integrate into the overall paving pattern. The artist will replicate the theme and key imagery used in the pavers into two, one-color street paintings designed to highlight new crosswalks along the corridor. The budget supports design and fabrication of custom pavers and the street painting. The street painting can be one stencil that is repeated in both locations. The artist will work closely with the Public Works department to ensure custom pavers integrate seamlessly into the allotted space. The Public Works department will install artist made pavers into the existing pattern by cutting factory made pavers to fit with artist designed ones, or the artist can design pavers of the same size as the factory made ones (paver specifications are provided on our website).
TOWN BIKE NETWORK: EDUCATION ICONS PROJECT
PROJECT BUDGET: $4,500
Jackson Hole Community Pathways announces a request for qualifications for the design and fabrication of a series of creative, iconic, graphic signs for the existing signposts marking the Town of Jackson Bike Network. Graphics will be designed to print on 12 x 18” standard street signs using 2-4 color process. Final artwork should be submitted as vector files. The artist will design a series of 5-7 bold images that are easy to read from a distance or in motion. Graphics should identify safe practices, particular bike routes, unique features of the routes and promote educational messages sponsored by the Pathways department. School children, visitors and residents of all ages use the bike network and imagery should be easy to understand, family friendly and promote community values.